All hypnosis is self-hypnosis.
Hypnosis is not only one of the oldest forms of psychotherapy, but is likely to be the most misunderstood.
There are many myths around hypnosis, but the fact is that no one can be hypnotized against their will.
Under hypnosis, a client is never unconscious.
Hypnosis simply is a learning state characterized by heightened awareness, increased suggestibility and deep physical relaxation.
In the hypnotic state, the client is able to more easily access the unconscious mind altering deep seated beliefs, assimilating desirable suggestions, ultimately quickly altering outcomes and behaviors.
Can I Be Hypnotized?
While some may believe they may not be hypnotized, evidence shows that the hypnotic state is a natural daily occurrence in which go in and out of knowingly or unknowingly several times a day.
Unlike other therapies, hypnosis is a solutions-based, highly participatory type of therapy which requires the client’s willingness, readiness and focused intention for it to be most effective.
The caliber of the hypnotherapist also plays an important but secundary role in the therapy outcome. A highly skilled and professionally trained therapist can induce the hypnotic state in most people.
In Kappassinian hypnosis, we learn to identify the specific hypnotic learning style by testing a client’s suggestibility type. While some people may respond to literal suggestions, others may respond better to inferential suggestions or both as in some cases. In any circunstance, a trusted therapist will be able to work with any mentioned learning styles creating the ideal hypnotic depth generating fast, lasting and effective life changes.